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Topic: Parallel Acrobat thread commanding Go To Page to AVPageView
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 136153
From: andreigaceff
Date: 7/13/2005 12:15 AM

My VC++ Acrobat 6 plug-in creates at PluginInit a parallel thread that waits for an event object to be signalled (this is done by an exterior application); when this happens, this thread changes the current page in the AcroView (using AVPageViewGoTo); it should work (to be noted that Acrobat is not used during this process by any physical user) and it does work most of the time; however, from time to time Acrobat crashes!
I really see no reason for this to happen; can anyone please explain this to me? And how should I do my custom operations commanded by a different application without the parallel, secondary plug-in thread?

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